5 great Android and iOS apps for making slideshows on your phone

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Slideshows are ever so popular these days—and there’s every chance things will stay that way for a very long time. It remains one of the most popular marketing tools; with amazing abilities to transform and take your business to a different level. So, when it comes to creating a slideshow, I take my time to get the best app available.

As a matter of fact, everyone who does business online should only use the best apps when it comes to creating one. The best part of this is, you can create a powerful slideshow on your Android or iOS device—it’s that easy these days. So, these are 5 great Android and iOS apps for making slideshows on your phone.

This piece of information has been written without bias for any app out there—it’s just my honest pick from loads of slideshow apps out there. You can add yours, especially if you feel there’s one out there that can help other readers get the job done.

PickPlayPost

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PickPlayPost is an app that allows you to stitch multiple collages together into a slideshow. The app is available to both Android and iOS users, and enables you to combine photo and video collages with ease. For each project, you can create up to nine videos, GIFs, or photos, with excellent verity of effects. On the downside, you will have to endure the watermarks and not complain about the limited amount of music.

PicFlow

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PicFlow works on both Android and iOS, and allows you to make quality slideshows on your phone. With PicFlow, you can make slideshows of any stuff—baby, animals, foods; and you can even add any song of your choice. The app is so easy to use, and only takes a couple of minutes to get used to. Best part of it for me is, you can export your slideshows to camera roll and share on Facebook or Instagram. The free version is extremely limited, and add to that is the fact that video codec is limited to 30FFS.

Dayframe

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One of the many qualities I often look out for before installing a slideshow app on my phone is, ‘customization.’ Dayframe has to be one of those apps that gives you the freedom to easily customize your slideshows. Though, Dayframe is best suited as a tool in the hand of a pro, it nonetheless offers enough simplicity such that a newbie can also use it. You can create [use Dayframe] offline, share on social media, and create superb picture quality. On the downside, not one of those apps a beginner can easily get used to.

iMovie

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iPhone users can easily testify to iMovie as one of the best slideshow apps available on iTunes. It is by miles one of the best storytelling apps when it comes to creating that perfect slideshows that can also be shared on the social media. You can choose from different movie themes, change audio for each clip, and add visual effects and background music.

SlideLab

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Transforming pictures into videos has never been this easy with SlideLab; one of the best slideshow apps out there. It allows you to create astonishing videos in fairly easy and quick steps. You can choose from preloaded music on the app or if you like, choose from your personal collection to go with your video.


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Author: Ola Ric

Ola Ric is a professional tech writer. He has written and provided tons of published articles for professionals and private individuals. He is also a social commentator and analyst, with relevant experience in the use of social media services.

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